RETURNING TO THE GAME OF BRIDGE AFTER A PERIOD AWAY FROM THE GAME
You haven’t played for quite a while and apart from being a bit rusty the bridge world may have moved on with new conventions and systems in play. You feel that beginners’ lessons are not necessary but nevertheless you feel you need a bit of help to get that bridge brain working again and to get up to date.
The following clubs offer refresher courses and/or supervised play sessions that should be ideal for you:
ABBEY SMITH BC (at Little Horwood, Bucks) - see website www.bridgewebs.com/abbeysmith/ - or e-mail Abbey at firstname.lastname@example.org
BLEWBURY BC - social duplicate sessions with expert advice available on three Fridays out of four from Autumn to Early Summer - contact Tina Hollick at email@example.com
BRIDGE IN OXFORD - Jonathan Davis, a regular member of the Oxfordshire county teams, and author of the bestselling book Learn Bridge In A Weekend, teaches all 11 of Andrew Robson’s bridge courses, ideal for all abilites and experience, incuidng those returning to the game. Visit the Bridge In Oxford website (https://arb-oxf.uk) or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
KINGS SUTTON BC - see website www.bridgewebs.com/kingssutton/ or ring Marian Day on 01295 811393
OXFORD BC - “Learn and Play” sessions run on Monday evenings and Thursday mornings, Starting in Autumn 2017: Improvers courses following the Bridge for All Year2 book - see website www.bridgewebs.com/obc/ under “When can I play?” or click here for more details.
WALLINGFORD BC - see website www.bridgewebs.com/wallingford/ where you can either send an e-mail to enquire about bridge lessons or ring Patricia Hones, email@example.com, 01491 839025